Scale By Chris Wraith Bolt In Rear Fuel Cell

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The Scale by Chris Wraith Bolt In Rear Fuel Cell is an easy way to add detail to your Wraith. This fuel cell slips in between the shock mounts, installs with M3 hardware through the shock mounts, and can be used to house your ESC, receiver, light controller, or other electronic device, for a clean electronics install that keeps things stashed out of sight.  

Printed at .2mm layer thickness with 20% infill, Scale by Chris scale accessories are designed, printed and hand detailed in house. Printed in small batches, nothing with the SBC name is ever outsourced, meaning Chris puts his hands on every part before it goes out the door. All this effort is done to create a higher quality finished product, with the details you need to take your build to the next level.

NOTE: As is the case with most 3D printed items, some light finish work may be needed to remove excess material. Simply use a sharp hobby knife to carefully remove small strings and straggler layer lines as needed. 

This product was added to our catalog on February 21, 2020

Dennis Reilley
Verified Owner
Friday, May 20 2022 (about 2 years ago)
Scale By Chris Wraith Bolt In Rear Fuel Cell
Nice little printed box. I wish he sell it unpainted for about $15 - $20 less (I can dab chrome paint pen on the printed bolt heads myself thank you.) would have given 5 stars if the product matched the price. That said, it's the only box that I could find that fits the Wraith as well as it does and stiffens the back end a little. I had to cut and glue it to clear my rear servo, but that's the way it goes when you start doing weird stuff. Overall, I'm happy with the product. Shoot if I didn't have rear steer, I would've done the drop bed